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1 Gunduliceva, Komiza, Croatia

On the pastoral island of Vis, off Croatia's Dalmatian Coast, this harbor-front restaurant has wooden tables inches from the water, with views of the old stone-and-terracotta architecture of Komiza and the rocky, pine-draped mountains beyond. A well in the center of the dining room doubles as a lobster tank, and the walls are decked out with maritime kitsch. You absolutely must try a platter of Mali Ston oysters, from the town of the same name down the coast, where underground springs and freshwater rivers create an ideal feeding ground for shellfish. (Mali Ston oysters were purportedly a favorite of Emperor Franz Josef's).

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Konoba Bako

On the pastoral island of Vis, off Croatia's Dalmatian Coast, this harbor-front restaurant has wooden tables inches from the water, with views of the old stone-and-terracotta architecture of Komiza and the rocky, pine-draped mountains beyond. A well in the center of the dining room doubles as a lobster tank, and the walls are decked out with maritime kitsch. You absolutely must try a platter of Mali Ston oysters, from the town of the same name down the coast, where underground springs and freshwater rivers create an ideal feeding ground for shellfish. (Mali Ston oysters were purportedly a favorite of Emperor Franz Josef's).